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October 13, 2009

Stop Flu At School Seasonal Clinics Start Today; H1N1 Clinics Begin In November

The state kicked off its stop flu at school campaign today with more than 68,000 students expected to participate at 334 school clinics across the state between now and December 3rd, 2009.  The H1N1 flu vaccination clinics, meantime, are scheduled to begin in mid-November with parental consent forms to go out the week of October... Read more »
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July 24, 2009

DOH CONFIRMS 4th HAWAII DEATH INVOLVING H1N1

Hawaii health officials have confirmed a fourth death in the state involving the novel H1N1 influenza. The patient was identified as an adult male who died on July 19 at a hospital on the Big Island.  Health officials say the man was in his early 50’s and had underlying medical conditions.  The Hawaii Island resident... Read more »
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July 13, 2009

HAWAII RECORDS SECOND SWINE FLU DEATH

The Hawaii State Department of Health confirmed a second swine flu death in the state.  The patient was identified as an adult male in his late 40’s with underlying medical conditions.  The O’ahu resident died on July 10th at the Queen’s Medical Center, and becomes the second death linked to the novel H1N1 influenza in... Read more »
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June 11, 2009

KAUAI REPORTS FIRST SWINE FLU CASES; MAUI HAS ONE NEW CASE

The state Department of Health has confirmed 83 additional cases of the swine flu over the past week.  The cases include 78 on Oahu, two each on Kauai and the Big Island, and a single case on Maui. The new cases bring to 198 the total number of confirmed cases in the state.  The Maui... Read more »
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May 15, 2009

DEPARTMENT HEADS FIGHT FOR RESTORATION OF FUNDS: MAUI COUNCIL IN FINAL BUDGET DELIBERATIONS

More than a dozen people signed up to testify today on the county budget as the council resumes deliberations in the hopes of finalizing the document. The council had trimmed $18 million from the budget earlier this month amid uncertainty over access to the county’s share of the transient accommodation tax (TAT). Since then, a... Read more »
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May 08, 2009

UH STUDENT IDENTIFIED AS 6TH CONFIRMED H1N1 PATIENT IN HAWAII

UH STUDENT IDENTIFIED AS 6TH CONFIRMED H1N1 PATIENT IN HAWAII (Updated 4:30 p.m. May 8, 2009) The Hawai’i State Department of Health (DOH) today confirmed one additional case of novel H1N1 Influenza A (swine flu) in an adult resident of Oahu. The individual is a student at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa and school... Read more »
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May 05, 2009

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CONFIRMS FIRST CASES OF H1N1 INFLUENZA A (SWINE-ORIGIN FLU)

The Hawai’i State Department of Health (DOH) received laboratory confirmation today from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on three cases of novel H1N1 Influenza A (swine-origin flu). The three confirmed cases are O’ahu residents; two are adults, one with recent travel to Texas and the other becoming ill after exposure to... Read more »
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